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Kalamazoo shooting victim returning to school 1 1/2 years later

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Abigail Kopf (Courtesy: Kopf family via CBS) Abigail Kopf (Courtesy: Kopf family via CBS)
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) -

The youngest survivor of an Uber driver's alleged shooting rampage in Kalamazoo, Michigan, is returning to school part time.

The mother of 15-year-old Abigail Kopf tells WOOD-TV her daughter will attend Harper Creek High School in Battle Creek for two to three hours a day, possibly five days a week.

Abigail was in seventh grade when Uber driver Jason Dalton allegedly shot her and seven other people in February 2016. She and another woman were the only victims to survive.

Vickie Kopf says her daughter suffers severe headaches. Part of Abigail's skull has been replaced with a plate because of damage from a gunshot wound.

Kopf says Abigail will have a personal assistant with her at all times at school to ensure she has the support she needs.

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